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Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)
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Category: Nu Metal, Alternative metal
Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: RR 8388-2
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Corey Taylor vocals|
Mick Thomson guitars
Jim Root guitars
Paul Gray bass, backing vocals
Joey Jordison drums, mixing
Shawn Crahan custom percussion, backing vocals, art direction, photography
Chris Fehn custom percussion, backing vocals
Sid Wilson turntables
Craig Jones samples, media, keyboards
|1. ||Prelude 3.0 ||3:57|
|2. ||The Blister Exists ||5:19|
|3. ||Three Nil ||4:48|
|4. ||Duality ||4:12|
|5. ||Opium Of The People ||3:12|
|6. ||Circle ||4:22|
|7. ||Welcome ||3:15|
|8. ||Vermilion ||5:16|
|9. ||Pulse Of The Maggots ||4:19|
|10. ||Before I Forget ||4:38|
|11. ||Vermilion Part 2 ||3:44|
|12. ||The Nameless ||4:28|
|13. ||The Virus Of Life ||5:25|
|14. ||Danger - Keep Away ||3:15|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:10|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 29, 2018 at 17:31|
|The popular criticism of Vol. 3 is that Corey Taylor polluted the songwriting with the more mainstream sounds from his other band. And that's a valid complaint: "Vermilion, Pt. 2" is a Stone Sour ballad in the style of "Bother." Several other songs seem more toned-down and straightforward, from a band who built their reputation on being over the top and out of their heads. Or maybe we were all just getting used to them by 2004, as even the more typical Slipknot ragers didn't pack the same shock and awe as earlier songs. It's hard not to see Vol. 3 as somewhat disappointing on the whole. Definitely a better album than All Hope Is Lost, but for me, the self-titled and Iowa are where it's at for this band.
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